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Caterpillar 325D: Service Maintenance

This service maintenance procedure focuses on air filter compartment, ground level service, pump compartment, capsule filte, etc. This procedure will help you maintain superior efficiency of your equipment.
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05/03/2021

Caterpillar 325D: Service Maintenance

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This service maintenance procedure focuses on air filter compartment, ground level service, pump compartment, capsule filte, etc. This procedure will help you maintain superior efficiency of your equipment.
  • Air Filter Compartment

  • The air filter features a double-element construction for superior cleaning efficiency. When the air cleaner plugs, a warning is displayed on the monitor screen inside the cab.

  • Ground Level Service

  • The design and layout of the 325D was made with the service technician in mind. Many service locations are easily accessible at ground level allowing critical maintenance to get done quickly and efficiently.

  • Pump Compartment

  • A service door on the right side of the upper structure allows ground-level access to the pump and pilot filter.

  • Capsule Filter

  • The hydraulic return filter, a capsule filter, is situated outside the hydraulic tank. This filter prevents contaminants from entering the system when hydraulic oil is changed and keeps the operation clean.

  • Diagnostics and Monitoring

  • The 325D is equipped with S•O•S sampling ports and hydraulic test ports for the hydraulic system, engine oil, and for coolant. A test connection for the Electronic Technician (ET) service tool is located behind the cab.

  • Anti-Skid Plate

  • Anti-skid plate covers top of storage box and upper structure to prevent slipping during maintenance.

  • Fan Guard

  • Engine radiator fan is completely enclosed by fine wire mesh, reducing the risk of an accident.

  • Greasing Points

  • A concentrated remote greasing block on the boom delivers grease to hard-to-reach locations on the front.

  • Radiator Compartment

  • The left rear service door allows easy access to the engine radiator, oil cooler and air-to-air aftercooler. Reserve tank and drain cock are attached to the radiator for simplified maintenance.

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